Step up Research on Magnetic Metal Complexes Using Versatile Materials
Magnetic materials play an increasingly significant role in numerous fields such as power generation, electronic appliances, and digital data storage. As a well-established material provider, Alfa Chemistry announced the offering of various magnetic metal complexes this September.
Fueled by combining paramagnetic ions, either transition metal ions or rare earth metal ions, and diamagnetic ligands, magnetic molecules are promising components for developing next-generation technologies, such as quantum information processing and magnetic resonance imaging.
“In recent decades, magnetic metal complexes have become very popular among the research community due to: first, they can be tailored-made at the molecular level easily by chemical methods; second, the application range of magnetic metal complexes can be greatly extended by grafting functional groups onto them. The newly gained electric, optical or chiral properties make magnetic metal complexes ideal choices for use in the energy storage fields,” said one of the senior scientists from Alfa Chemistry.
According to the coordination of metal ions, magnetic metal complexes can be divided into Mn cluster, Fe cluster, Co cluster, Ni cluster, V cluster, and others. Below are some of the magnetic metal complexes supplied by Alfa Chemistry:
Bis(8-quinolinolato)copper(II) (CAS 10380-28-6), Bis(8-quinolinolato)copper(II) (purified by sublimation) (CAS 10380-28-6), Tetrabutylphosphonium Bis(1,3-dithiole-2-thione-4,5-dithiolato)nickel(III) Complex (CAS 105029-70-7), Dioctadecyldimethylammonium Bis(1,3-dithiole-2-thione-4,5-dithiolato)aurate(III) (CAS 120141-26-6), Bis(2,4-pentanedionato)cobalt(II) Dihydrate (CAS 123334-29-2), Bis(2,4-pentanedionato)copper(II) (CAS 13395-16-9), Copper(II) Diethyldithiocarbamate (CAS 13681-87-3), Bis(dimethylcarbamodithioato-s,s)copper (CAS 137-29-1), Iron(III) Diethyldithiocarbamate (CAS 13963-59-2), Bis(2,4-pentanedionato)cobalt(II) (CAS 14024-48-7), Iron(III) Hexacyanoferrate(II) (CAS 14038-43-8), Cobalt(II) Tetraphenylporphyrin (CAS 14172-90-8), Manganese(III) Acetylacetonate (CAS 14284-89-0), Tris(dibenzoylmethanato) Iron (CAS 14405-49-3), Copper(II) Phthalocyanine (α-form) (CAS 147-14-8), Copper(II) Phthalocyanine (β-form) (CAS 147-14-8), Cobalt(ii)hexafluoroacetylacetonate (CAS 19648-83-0), etc.
For more information about Alfa Chemistry’s offering of magnetic metal complexes, please visit https://materials.alfachemic.com/products/magnetic-metal-complexes-437.html or email us directly.
Applications of Magnetic Metal Complexes
As the prevalence of renewable energy grows, a group of magnetic metal complexes is reported to be ideal for storing hydrogen energy, which tackles a long-lasting problem and helps step up the transition to a greener environment. Based on the Magneto-optical Kerr effect, magnetic metal complexes can also be designed as recording materials. Furthermore, they have recently demonstrated impacts in serving as aerospace, magnetic, and biological compatibility materials.
Alfa Chemistry, proficient in a wide array of materials, started to expand its product range years ago in the hope of meeting diverse needs and reducing the cost, complexity, and timeline of research projects. Via years’ efforts, the company has now grown to be a reliable source for carbon nanotubes, fullerene (carbon spheres), graphene, high purity materials, MOFs and COFs, molecular sieves, quantum dots, as well as many other types of chemicals and materials.